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Problem with Discrete Controller Design

It could actually be both. It is indeed possible that the discretization with a given frequency brings problems such as oversa...

Problem with Discrete Controller Design

It could actually be both. It is indeed possible that the discretization with a given frequency brings problems such as oversa...

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If the values are almost equal to each other,how do i plot the figure to see its curve? (not straight line )

I am not sure to understand the question, but the following code answer your question ? a=[1 2 3 4]; x=[x1 x2 x3 x4]; % your d...

If the values are almost equal to each other,how do i plot the figure to see its curve? (not straight line )

I am not sure to understand the question, but the following code answer your question ? a=[1 2 3 4]; x=[x1 x2 x3 x4]; % your d...

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obsvf confused by documentation

You were right, the documentation for obsvf function has been updated recently: https://mathworks.com/help/control/ref/obsvf.ht...

obsvf confused by documentation

You were right, the documentation for obsvf function has been updated recently: https://mathworks.com/help/control/ref/obsvf.ht...

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HOW TO MAKE FUNCTION HANDLING PROPERLY IN DIFFERENT MATLAB FILES?

The way to call functions in matlab is explained here: https://fr.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/179803-calling-a-function...

HOW TO MAKE FUNCTION HANDLING PROPERLY IN DIFFERENT MATLAB FILES?

The way to call functions in matlab is explained here: https://fr.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/179803-calling-a-function...

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How to take the average of different initial conditions

It is not clear what you want to do from the code you posted, especially the first loop : for j = 1: length (g) ... end ...

How to take the average of different initial conditions

It is not clear what you want to do from the code you posted, especially the first loop : for j = 1: length (g) ... end ...

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Not enough input argumaents

It depends on how you call this function, try to call if from the command window : x = 1; y = 2; s = add(x,y); And then you...

Not enough input argumaents

It depends on how you call this function, try to call if from the command window : x = 1; y = 2; s = add(x,y); And then you...

3 months ago | 0

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how to find matching elements of two colums vectors

It depends what you want exactly. Let's say you have two vectors a and b: a=[1;2;3;4]; b=[0;2;3;5]; To find the indices wher...

how to find matching elements of two colums vectors

It depends what you want exactly. Let's say you have two vectors a and b: a=[1;2;3;4]; b=[0;2;3;5]; To find the indices wher...

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matlab 2014b windows 10

Follow this link and select the matlab version you want to download : https://mathworks.com/downloads/web_downloads/select_rele...

matlab 2014b windows 10

Follow this link and select the matlab version you want to download : https://mathworks.com/downloads/web_downloads/select_rele...

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How to caculate a value for a step - the previous step

It depends on what you mean by "I have a value x". It is actuallyquite easy to do for a straightforward example, but it depends...

How to caculate a value for a step - the previous step

It depends on what you mean by "I have a value x". It is actuallyquite easy to do for a straightforward example, but it depends...

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Restrict user string inputs

The problem comes from your conditions: ~strcmp(y,'i') | ~strcmp(y,'m') This is never true, even if you enter 'i' or 'm'. Wh...

Restrict user string inputs

The problem comes from your conditions: ~strcmp(y,'i') | ~strcmp(y,'m') This is never true, even if you enter 'i' or 'm'. Wh...

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How can I call a .m function with App Designer?

Yes it is possible, have a look at this tutorial and introduction video: https://mathworks.com/help/matlab/creating_guis/create...

How can I call a .m function with App Designer?

Yes it is possible, have a look at this tutorial and introduction video: https://mathworks.com/help/matlab/creating_guis/create...

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facing problem in writing complex programme

Can you show the entire error message ? You have at least one error at line 5: part1=beta /lamda(0.5-delta+delta^2); sayi...

facing problem in writing complex programme

Can you show the entire error message ? You have at least one error at line 5: part1=beta /lamda(0.5-delta+delta^2); sayi...

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how to use a graph from user input as input to the matlab program

In this case, I recommend you use lsim: https://mathworks.com/help/control/ref/lsim.html

how to use a graph from user input as input to the matlab program

In this case, I recommend you use lsim: https://mathworks.com/help/control/ref/lsim.html

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Make roundn function

Make roundn function using round. x=0.55555 y=function(x,1) y=1 y=function(x,2) y=0.6 y=function(x,3) ...

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Rounding off numbers to n decimals

Inspired by a mistake in one of the problems I created, I created this problem where you have to round off a floating point numb...

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Matlab Basics - Rounding III

Write a script to round a large number to the nearest 10,000 e.g. x = 12,358,466,243 --> y = 12,358,470,000

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Matlab Basics - Rounding II

Write a script to round a variable x to 3 decimal places: e.g. x = 2.3456 --> y = 2.346

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MATLAB Basic: rounding IV

Do rounding towards plus infinity. Example: -8.8, answer -8 +8.1 answer 9 +8.50 answer 9

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MATLAB Basic: rounding III

Do rounding towards minus infinity. Example: -8.8, answer -9 +8.1 answer 8 +8.50 answer 8

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MATLAB Basic: rounding II

Do rounding nearest integer. Example: -8.8, answer -9 +8.1 answer 8 +8.50 answer 9

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MATLAB Basic: rounding

Do rounding near to zero Example: -8.8, answer -8 +8.1 answer 8

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How can I plot an internal value in a state space model?

Given that the voltage is not a directly controlled input, I do no know how to get this value during a simulation. Is u the vol...

How can I plot an internal value in a state space model?

Given that the voltage is not a directly controlled input, I do no know how to get this value during a simulation. Is u the vol...

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how to form matrix

From this documentation: https://mathworks.com/help/matlab/learn_matlab/matrices-and-arrays.html Try: m = [ m11 m12 ...

how to form matrix

From this documentation: https://mathworks.com/help/matlab/learn_matlab/matrices-and-arrays.html Try: m = [ m11 m12 ...

8 months ago | 0

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Expressing an even number in powers of 2 and a multiple of an odd number.

I would do something like a = 80; r = 1; d = a/2; while mod(d,2)==0 r=r+1; d=d/2; end

Expressing an even number in powers of 2 and a multiple of an odd number.

I would do something like a = 80; r = 1; d = a/2; while mod(d,2)==0 r=r+1; d=d/2; end

8 months ago | 0

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Simulink Serial Receive, Selection of communication port

This was a problem related to permission right, I had to acces to the device as an admin to be able to communicate with it.

Simulink Serial Receive, Selection of communication port

This was a problem related to permission right, I had to acces to the device as an admin to be able to communicate with it.

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Nyquist plot from 0 to Inf (only frequencies > 0)

If you specify the frequency as W = {WMIN,WMAX} WMIN and WMAX are real frequencies satisfying 0<=WMIN<WMAX<=Inf. So by settin...

Nyquist plot from 0 to Inf (only frequencies > 0)

If you specify the frequency as W = {WMIN,WMAX} WMIN and WMAX are real frequencies satisfying 0<=WMIN<WMAX<=Inf. So by settin...

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How can the output be written in a new column (without overwriting the previous one)

You can use cell for that. You can try and adapt the following example: a=cell(3,1); for i=1:3 a{i}=ones(i,1); end a ...

How can the output be written in a new column (without overwriting the previous one)

You can use cell for that. You can try and adapt the following example: a=cell(3,1); for i=1:3 a{i}=ones(i,1); end a ...

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how to use two for loop in one matlab program

You should read this: https://mathworks.com/company/newsletters/articles/matrix-indexing-in-matlab.html You cannot write v(z)(...

how to use two for loop in one matlab program

You should read this: https://mathworks.com/company/newsletters/articles/matrix-indexing-in-matlab.html You cannot write v(z)(...

9 months ago | 0

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How to solve: Error using "csvread". Too many output arguments

As the error says, you are requesting two many outputs arguments. The function 'csvread' only returns one output.

How to solve: Error using "csvread". Too many output arguments

As the error says, you are requesting two many outputs arguments. The function 'csvread' only returns one output.

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